Honda to Show Off Ridgeline Prototype at SEMA
Every year, the SEMA show is held in Las Vegas as a showcase for automakers who participate in off-road motorsports. This year, Honda is bringing a positively incendiary showing consisting of motorcycles, a refreshed CR-Z, and–get this–a prototype for the new Ridgeline. We couldn’t be more excited!
The Ridgeline, which debuted in 2005, was temporarily discontinued last year as Honda put their proverbial noses to the grindstone to develop the new truck. Set to be unveiled early next year as a 2017 model, we’re told there will be plenty of added capability in addition to the new design. In the meantime, we’ll get our first taste of the truck in prototype form in Las Vegas.
We’ll keep you in the loop with all news pertaining to the new Ridgeline and other SEMA showings by way of our blog. In the meantime, your automotive needs are paramount, so contact our Honda dealer in New Castle, PA to learn more about our current models or to sign up for a test drive.